–Elisabeth Moss says the photo of her holding hands with Jennifer Aniston on the SAG Awards red carpet didn’t make her feel special. “Well, everyone thinks that moment with Brad where they were holding hands was a big deal, but honestly, she seems to just be doing this with everybody. I mean, she’s just very handsy…I’ve literally never officially met her.”
-The Love Is Blind finale dropped today and my entire Twitter TL is freaking out. But the producers say they had two more engagements that they didn’t follow. I don’t get why some couples you see in the first few episodes just disappear. This was filmed in 2018. Surely Netflix had enough time to edit it all together in a way that could coherently include them, or drop them altogether?
-If you read one celeb-adjacent story today, read Caity Weaver‘s deep dive into what is going on with the Royal Family Instagram accounts. It’s so, so good.
-Meanwhile, The RCMP plans to stop providing security to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
–Hilary Duff declined to comment, but multiple sources tell Variety that the star is not happy with Disney for firing showrunner Terri Minsky from the Lizzie Maguire revival two episodes in. The two women wanted to do an adult version of Lizzie but Disney wants a show that will appeal to families. The revival now remains on hold.
–Taylor Swift is unrecognizable in her video for “The Man,” in which she transforms convincingly into a dude.
-Speaking of new music videos, Alanis Morissette attends AA in the video for “Reasons I Drink,” which includes a version of her dressed as Ironic-era Alanis.
-This is a good take: Celebs should Instagram themselves washing their hands instead of wearing masks.
–Britney Spears posted a dance video and it was all going well and good — until she broke her foot. You can actually hear the moment it happens.
-In a new op-ed for The New York Times, staff writer Lindsay Crouse opened up about the moment she discovered that the man she used to date for seven years has moved on with Lady Gaga. “Lady Gaga is amazing. Comparing yourself with her is incredibly motivational, and I recommend you try it, regardless of how you relate to who’s dating her.”
–Variety’s new cover story tackles what has/will change with Harvey Weinstein‘s verdict. “For so long, those in Hollywood who have abused their power have stood to gain everything from perpetuating this fear in women,” says Canadian actress Larissa Gomes, who was 21 years old when he allegedly sexually harassed her in a hotel room.
–Jordan Peele‘s Candyman trailer freaked me the eff out.